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Great for leaving car in Car park. Bed too firm for us. Too slow at replacing items on breakfast buffet and had to find staff to get coffee each morning.
We stayed ay the Jury's Inn as we were having a night out in Newcastle. The hotel is well situated being on the Quayside and close to the centre.
Overall the hotel is becoming a bit tired, the rooms need refurbishing and the bathrooms feel a bit dated. The bed was comfy and cleanliness was ok, the robes and slippers were clean and fresh. The tea making facilities in the room were basic at best😕 The staff were very pleasant - the breakfast ...
I was given a double room with extra sleeping facilities despite the fact that I was here on my own. Because the door was wide, and the space was quite large, I realised that this was for a wheelchair user. Also, there was a chair in a wetroom, and a sign by a mirror advertising large print facilities ...
Sun on room all day 2nd floor was stifling security reasons window open 1 inch. Asked for fan..none.told hotel full couldnt change room.left curtain closed 2nd day note on door not to disturb.this was ignored and curtain pulled back so room too warm again that night.
The North East of England is idyllic for family holidays, with plenty to keep big and little kids equally entertained. A family-friendly hotel in Newcastle-upon-Tyne gives you all the benefits of a city centre location along with accommodation that's suitable for children, with spacious rooms, facilities for babies and younger kids, and plenty of activities on-site.
There are so many great days out to be had with your kids in Newcastle, you'll be spoiled for choice. Curious About Newcastle is a series of self-guided walks around the city, laid out in the style of a treasure hunt, letting you and your youngsters discover fun facts about the city.
If they love discovery, then the ‘Centre for Life’ is also worth a visit. This is an award-winning science centre that teaches children through fun activities. There's even an ice rink during the winter months. Similarly, the Great North Museum has fascinating sights including a T-rex skeleton, an interactive model of Hadrian's Wall, and a full-sized elephant!
If you're just looking for some light-hearted entertainment for the evening, as well as a wide array of family-friendly restaurants, Newcastle has cinemas, bowling alleys and theatres to keep children and adults happy.
Most family-friendly hotels in Newcastle offer family or adjoining rooms, so parents and kids can stay together. If you are travelling with a small baby or toddler, many also offer the use of travel cots on request.
Depending on the hotel, some will have on-site facilities such as swimming pools. Also, a TV will likely be in your room - sometimes with a DVD player - to keep kids entertained while you relax.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne is the capital of the North East and, as such, is a great base for a family holiday. A family-friendly hotel will ensure that everyone - both kids and grown-ups - has a fantastic time.